- Maharaja Kharak Singh
Maharaja Kharak Singh Maharaja Kharak Singh of the Sikh Empire. Born February 22, 1801 Died November 5, 1840 Occupation Maharaja of Sikh Empire Religion Sikh
Maharaja Kharak Singh (Punjabi: ਖੜਕ ਸਿੰਘ, February 22, 1801 to November 5, 1840), was a Sikh ruler of the sovereign country of Punjab and the Sikh Empire. He was the eldest legitimate son of Ranjit Singh and Maharani Datar Kaur. He succeeded his father in June 1839. He was removed from power on 8 October 1839 and replaced by his son Prince Nau Nihal Singh. He became a prisoner and died from a slow poisoning on 5 November 1840.
- Maharani Chand kaur (1802-1842) married to Kharak Singh in 1812 at age of 10, daughter of Sardar Jaimal Singh kanhaiya a Sandhu Jatt of town Fatehgarh Churian in Gurdaspur District of Punjab.
- Rani Ishar kaur (died.1840) married to Kharak Singh in 1815. Daughter of Sardar Lal Singh a Sandhu Jatt Chieftain of Siranwali Village in Sialkot District of Punjab.
- Bibi Khem Kaur Dhillon married to Kharak Singh in 1816. Daughter of Sardar Jodh Singh Kalalvala a Dhillon Jatt.
- Ranjit Singh
- Sikh Empire
- Singh, Harbans "The encyclopedia of Sikhism. Vol III." pages 494-495
Maharaja of the Sikh Empire
June 1839–October 1839
Nau Nihal Singh
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